Plaque Plague

My husband has thick films of plaque at the back of his lower front teeth. He has tried to brush these regions, but the plaque doesn’t seem to reduce. We’ve read online that the only way to decrease such problems is through scaling. If this is true, what’s the importance of undergoing regular scaling, and will treatments be uncomfortable? In addition, will they cost an arm and leg?

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